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…by a slender central panel edged with delicate borders. Introduced in 1899 by Gorham, the graceful clusters of buttercups adorning each pie/cake server are reminiscent of hand-sewn Venetian lace and bring to mind the romance of nuptials. This sentimental pattern is equally at home in casual and…
Price: $110.00 
As one of America's most glorious Sterling Flatware patterns, Francis I from Reed & Barton eclipses the splendid designs of Renaissance and Baroque artisans with its ornate fruit and flower clusters unique to each piece of flatware.
Price: $200.00 
The simple curved handle and slim stem of this elegantly understated design belie the intricate carved detailing along the length of this pattern. First crafted in 1936 by Kirk Stieff, the complex scrolling and floral motif of the Old Maryland Engraved design gives way to a smooth crest near the tip…
Price: $110.00 
Design and artisan perfection provide Belvedere cutlery from Robbe & Berking with a radiance and festiveness which takes your breath away. A design created with the aim of becoming the best of its kind.
Price: $241.00 
Classic Chippendale curves are accented by a slender thread on the front and back of each piece of this Robbe and Berking silverplate design.
Price: $241.00 
Martele is a masterpiece from Robbe & Berking, its surface shimmers like a calm sea under the light of the moon. The silversmith's art is displayed in the finely tuned hammering technique. This is how the facets which reflect the light are created.
Price: $321.00 
A design of brilliant simplicity. Highly concentrated aesthetics with an abundance of sensual charm. In Riva, the art of expressing more with less has reached a new peak. The interplay between different material dimensions gives the silver a physical expressiveness never seen before in such…
Price: $241.00 
The expressive triple thread of the Classic Faden collection from Robbe & Berking ends in a beautifully-shaped overlap.
Price: $321.00 
…of tarnish) for years. Hagerty Zippered Hollowware Bags will keepyour silver lustrous, and ready for every occasion of your life. WHAT TO STORE: This Hagerty Flatware Bag has been specially designed to accommodate large flatware serving utensils such as meat forks, pie servers, and salad servers.
Price: $9.99 
Created in 1928 by Jean Puiforcat and chosen for his wedding, this sterling silver design has a strong personality, a blend of clear-cut geometry and the powerful use of volume. Cannes sterling silver flatware made in France by Puiforcat.
Price: $1,720.00 
Baltic represents high-quality processed stainless steel cutlery from the Robbe & Berking range. The cleanly-worked facets provide this elegant cutlery with a very special shine.
Price: $91.00 
Art Deco dates back to a 1929 design by Theodor Berking, a third-generation silversmith and company owner, during the Art Deco period. The aesthetics of this significant international art epoch is superbly presented through this cutlery.
Price: $177.00 
Art Deco dates back to a 1929 design by Theodor Berking, a third-generation silversmith and company owner, during the Art Deco period. The aesthetics of this significant international art epoch is superbly presented through this cutlery.
Price: $379.00 
The silver plated cake server in the Christofle Perles pattern can also be used to serve tarts and pies. The Louis XVI-style Perles pattern, which features a single delicate line of beading reminiscent of a classic pearl necklace, was introduced in 1876.
Price: $350.00 
The Christofle sterling silver cake server in the Malmaison pattern can also be used to serve tarts and pies. One of Christofle's most historic patterns, Malmaison typifies the Empire style, with its frieze of delicate palm and lotus leaves and symmetrical design. The name is a nod to the Chateau de…
Price: $745.00 
The sterling silver cake server in the Christofle Perles pattern can also be used to serve tarts and pies. The Louis XVI-style Perles pattern, which features a single delicate line of beading reminiscent of a classic pearl necklace, was introduced in 1876.
Price: $745.00 

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